Think you’re ready to take the plunge and call yourself a first-time home buyer? Check out this advice from a couple of real estate agents before you start the house hunt.
The process of selling your home and buying a new one doesn’t have to be as difficult as you think. Here are some tips that may make your task faster and smoother.
Homes don’t come with a simple price tag – the “for sale” signs won’t tell you up front what your monthly expenses will be. There are tools, though, to help you make a quick estimate regarding what price range you can afford. In no time at all, you’ll be looking for the best homes at the right price for the responsible you.
You’ve married the person of your dreams, but their credit is a complete disaster. Is your dream of buying a home together shattered? Read what the experts have to say and check out some options to consider.
You’ve gotten birthday gifts, Christmas or Hanukkah gifts, and graduation gifts in the past. Did you know that someone can gift you the down payment on your house? It’s true. Read on to check out the details.
Applying for a mortgage while self-employed has a few unique challenges. There’s some documentation your lender will need in order to get the process rolling. We’ll walk you through what it’ll take to get you approved.
Buying a house in California has its advantages: the sun, the surf, the ability to commune with nature, and California has Hollywood. Before you go running to the Gold Coast though, there are some things you should know.
There is a distinct and growing enthusiasm among my peers, and across the country, for taking up residence in micro homes. Why is the micro home trend so appealing to some and so off-putting to others? We’ll take a look at the pros and cons!
Many marriages end in divorce. Preparing to live on your own could be a difficult transition that requires careful planning. Are you ready to purchase a home after your divorce? Follow these tips and you’ll be well on your way!
If you have a credit card or have ever taken out any loans, you’ve got a credit score. You have a vague idea you want the score to be good, but what goes into it? Just as importantly, how could your credit score affect you when you’re making a big purchase – like a home?